Keywords: Lessons Learned Poem
|Data management : implementation and lessons learned from the Department of the Army Data Management Program - Bui, Tung X., 1953-;Dolk, Daniel R.;Donohue, Christine M.;Hayes, Gregory A.|
Keywords: DATA MANAGEMENT; LESSONS LEARNED
|Tales of a Chinese Purchaser, Episode 11 - Kempton Lam, Simon|
In episode 11, we talk about * Use emails to document the reasons/mistakes for the lower-end supplier under priced the quote and high-end supplier over priced the quote * Helping the suppliers (high-end and also the lower-end) to provide more accurate quote * Visiting the high-end supplier's factory and providing technical assistance to help reduce yield lost thus provide better quote * Working with the high-end supplier to create a handbook to help reduce yield lost * Passing on lessons learned...
Keywords: accurate quote; technical assistance; lessons learned
|Bullying Prevention Summit, Lessons Learned : CSPAN3 : October 16, 2014 9:42pm-10:25pm EDT|
Officials present the fourth Federal Partners in Bullying Prevention Summit.
Keywords: Bullying Prevention Summit, Lessons Learned; Television Program
|Lessons Learned the Hard Way - handout|
Handout to the message "Lessons Learned the Hard Way" from Todd Szymczak
Keywords: Grace Chapel; Thursday night Fire; Dave Ripper; Todd Szymczak; Lessons Learned; Lessons Learned the Hard Way
|Panel Discussion on Lessons Learned in the Classroom : CSPAN2 : June 15, 2014 3:18pm-4:07pm EDT|
Faculty from New York University's SCPS Center for Publishing discuss what they have learned from their students.
Keywords: Panel Discussion on Lessons Learned in the Classroom; Television Program
|Lessons Of Fallen Angels - David Patrick|
"God spared not the angels that sinned, but cast them down to hell, and delivered them into chains of darkness, to be reserved unto judgment."—2 Peter 2:4. In this sermon from Charles Spurgeon we learn valuable lessons in how God treated us different from fallen angels. Read how and learn valuable lessons from their story.
Keywords: angels. fallen angels. lessons learned from fallen angels
|PMLessonsLearned.com Episode 000 - Henry Will|
pmlessonslearned Episode 000 This explains the goals of pmlessonslearned.com and what's in it for you
Keywords: Project Management PM PMP PMI PM Lessons Learned
|PMlessonslearned.com extro mono - Henry C. Will IV|
This is the mono audio extro for use in creating podcasts
Keywords: pmlessonslearned.com pm lessons learned com extro podcast audio mono
|2012-07-15- Lessons Learned from Penguins - Rev Ricky Sanderford - Sermon.mp3 - Rev Ricky Sanderford|
If you missed a service, or are an out-of-town follower of New Spirit Worship...we are providing you with links to audio of the sermon and music. Try out the link below to hear Rev. Ricky Sanderford Sermon âLessons Learned from Penguinsâ Scripture â Ephesians 1:3-14, Sunday, July 15, 2012.
Keywords: Rev Ricky Sanderford; Sermon; Lessons Learned from Penguins; FUMC; McAllen; TX; 2012-07-15
|PM Lessons Learned - Issue 1 (18May2006 Conference Call) - Henry Will IV|
This conference call was the first! See details at pmlessonslearned.com Sponsored by ETP Network's (etpnetwork.com) founder and president, Rod Colon, this call contains PM Lessons Learned about Teams, with information about PM Resources, Q&A and PM Career information.
Keywords: Project Management Lessons Learned PM Team Q&A PMLL PMlessonslearned.com
|PM Lessons Learned #0019 How to DO Lessons Learned on Your Project - Henry Will, PMP|
This is the PMLessonsLearned.com conference call from 16Aug2007. The topic was "How to DO Lessons Learned" - Presented by Host Henry Will, PMP and Barbara Fuller, PMP (of processandprojectsolutions.com) (note: our originally scheduled presenter was not available) Download or Listen to the MP3 of PMLessonsLearned.com Episode 0019 (if your computer doesn't support that link, then this link or this link may work) Notes from the Conference Call: Agenda: *Introduction to call and panelists *Warm up Q...
Keywords: Career; Project Management; Project; Management; Manager; PM; PMP; Project Manager; Career; Careers; Interactive Discussion; Conference Call; Networking; PDU; PMLessonsLearned; PMLessonsLearned.com; Lessons Learned; How to; How to do Lessons Learned
|WWBS 9 20141014 - Paul Tero|
** Host: Paul Tero of Dellium Advisory. ** With Adam Arness and Julie DeBondt-Barker. Also, learn about SWOT Analysis** Adam is wearing two hats. His first is as representative of the Dingley Village Football Club, and the second as a director of the Bendigo Bank in Dingley Village. I talk with Adam about all the good things that are happening in his neck of the woods. The other interviewee is Julie DeBondt-Barker who runs Buyers Home Base, which is a true buyers advocate for first home buyer...
Keywords: business; models; frameworks; sport clubs; not-for-profits; community groups; strategy; foresight; futures; lessons learned; entrepreneurs; grants
|Development of a Prototype Relational Database System for Managing Fleet Battle Experiment Data - Colon, Kevin|
This research develops a prototype relational database system for storing and managing Fleet Battle Experiment (FBE) data. It is the first step in constructing a knowledge-base system for such data. The objective is to create a relational database capable
Keywords: *COMPUTERIZED SIMULATION, *SOFTWARE ENGINEERING, *WAR GAMES, *RELATIONAL DATA BASES, REQUIREMENTS, LESSONS LEARNED, PROTOTYPES, KNOWLEDGE BASED SYSTEMS, BATTLES
|Friend Ships Radio Week25_10-18-2007 - Friend Ships Radio|
Friend Ships presents, Steve Sholin a former crew member. Expresses the importance of the willingness to be used of God and the how the lessons learned while serving at Friend Ships have helped further God's kingdom in San Antonio, Texas.
Keywords: Friend Ships; Don & Sondra Tipton; Steve Sholin; Former crew; Willingness to be used of God; Lessons learned; Serving at Friend Ships; Furthering God's kingdom; San Antonio; Texas
|Friend Ships Radio Week65_07-25-2008 - Friend Ships Radio|
Friend Ships presents, Braydon and Zack Waller. Gives account of the Waller family through their eyes and share of the lessons learned from honoring your Mother and Father. Plus a short from the Producer of A Journey Home, Ken Carpenter.
Keywords: Friend Ships Unlimited; Don & Sondra Tipton; Braydon Waller; Zack Waller; Waller Family; lessons learned; honoring your father and mother; Honoring God; A Journey Home; Ken Carpenter
|How Entrepreneurship Facilitates Personal Growth - Anatole Faykin|
In Chapter 7 of 12 in his 2012 Capture Your Flag interview, entrepreneur Anatole Faykin answers "How Have Your Entrepreneurial Experiences Helped You Grow as a Person?" Faykin shares how his experience building teams, products and businesses as an entrepreneur have made him more confident. He gains confidence as he builds experience. He notes why it is important not to confuse confidence for arrogance or foolishness...
Keywords: entrepreneurship; entrepreneur; experience; skills; building; teams; accomplishing; achieving; goals; completing projects; anatole faykin; erik michielsen; capture your flag; confidence building; lessons learned; personal growth
|Community Asset Mapping Booklist|
Community Asset Mapping Booklist
Keywords: community; asset; abcd; building; development; mapping; assets; munity; rural; ment; community development; community building; asset mapping; community capacity; capacity building; sustainable livelihoods; lessons learned; identify community; community assets
|Why to Have Startup Co-Founders Who Are Lawyers - Anatole Faykin|
In Chapter 12 of 12 in his 2012 Capture Your Flag interview, entrepreneur Anatole Faykin answers "What Has Working With Lawyers Taught You About Business?" Faykin joins a startup founded by two lawyers as a co-founder. He quickly realizes each brings very different skills and, over time, learns to complement their negotiation and contract work with an operations and product development focus. Anatole Faykin is an entrepreneur currently working on a new startup as part of the Startup Chile incuba...
Keywords: work with lawyers; startup; negotiate; legal agreements; partnerships; lawyer cofounder; entrepreneur; operations; anatole faykin; startup chile; erik michielsen; capture your flag; collaboration; lessons learned; focus; individuality
|How to Adapt When Things Do Not Work Out As Planned|
In Chapter 11 of 18 in her 2013 Capture Your Flag interview, entrepreneur Audrey Parker French answers "How Have You Learned to Adapt When Things Have Not Worked Out as Planned?" French learns adaptability in the entrepreneurship experience she had starting and growing a business. She learns how to deal with situations and people that demand calm and flexible responses. This helps her manage uncertainty and be less uptight in doing so...
Keywords: adaptive management; managerial effectiveness; manage adversity; less uptight; accepting; entrepreneurship; audrey french; audrey parker; erik michielsen; capture your flag; adaptation; composure; open-mindedness; leadership; behavioral choice; lessons learned
|WWBS 6 20140923 - Paul Tero|
** Host: Paul Tero of Dellium Advisory. ** With Maree Cullinan, Jim Grigoriou, Ian Ash and Karin Hann. And learn about Molitor's Lifecycle of Trends.** Maree is the manager of the Balla Balla Community Centre, and we’re going to find out a bit more about the great range of programmes and activities going on at the Centre. Jim is at the centre of a lot of things happening in business in our area. He is the interface between SME’s and all of the CSIRO scientists...
Keywords: business; models; frameworks; sport clubs; not-for-profits; community groups; strategy; foresight; futures; lessons learned; entrepreneurs; grants; 3SER; Casey Radio
|DESCANSO Design & Performance Summary Series - Article 2 Deep Space 1 Telecommunications - Jim Taylor|
Keywords: NASA; JPL; telecom; downlink; spacecraft; telemetry; data; uplink; dsn; deep space; telecom system; link performance; telecom link; accessed august; system description; telecom analyst; lessons learned
|How Reflection Informs Personal Growth - Simon Sinek|
In Chapter 7 of 16 in his 2012 Capture Your Flag interview, author and public speaker Simon Sinek answers "What Role Has Reflection Played in Shaping Your Personal Growth?" Sinek notes the importance of looking internally at his past actions and decisions and evaluating his performance. Using the example of sales training, Sinek notes how the observer often learns the most. He applies this to his life to inform his approach to making more optimal future choices and avoiding pitfalls...
Keywords: simon sinek; critical thinking; self; assessment; sales training; observer; learning; personal development; self reflection; responsibility; erik michielsen; capture your flag; introspection; reflection; lessons learned; personal growth; accountability
|What It Means to Be a Leader Working in Management - Ken Rona|
In Chapter 12 of 15 in his 2012 Capture Your Flag interview, digital media executive Ken Rona answers "What Does It Mean to Be a Leader in What You Do?" As a leader of a team, Rona sees his role as less about thought leadership and more about helping his team solve problems, develop their own staff, and identify where and where not to decide what projects to pursue. Ken Rona is a Vice President at Turner Broadcasting, where he leads teams across advertising sales, big data software development a...
Keywords: leading teams; motivating employees; managing conflict; developing staff; learn to say no; management skills; how to lead; ken rona; turner; erik michielsen; capture your flag; leadership; sacrifice; lessons learned; coaching; focus; accountability
|Applying Business Work Ethic in First High School Job - Jason Anello|
In Chapter 3 of 20 in his 2013 Capture Your Flag interview, creative director and Manifold ad agency co-founder Jason Anello answers "Where Did You Learn Your Work Ethic?" Anello learns his work ethic from his father and grandfather. He learns to apply this work ethic - when given a job, you do the job to the best of your ability - working a high school job at a five and dime or party store. Working there seven years teaches Anello a lot about how business works...
Keywords: learn work ethic; apply work ethic; how to do your job; learn how business works; customer service; grandfather; dad; high school jobs; jason anello; erik michielsen; capture your flag; childhood; family foundations; lessons learned; establishing career; values
|How to Make Your Work More Lasting - Jullien Gordon|
In Chapter 7 of 21 in his 2012 Capture Your Flag interview, business coach Jullien Gordon answers "How Are You Learning to Make Your Work More Lasting?" Gordon shares why he focuses on creating processes, not products or services, he can give to others. By helping them incorporate processes into their work and habits, Gordon sees the opportunity to leave a lasting legacy that affects positive change in those he serves...
Keywords: creating work that lasts; lasting work; healthy work habits; writing habits; new years resolutions; new year guide; jullien gordon; erik michielsen; capture your flag; positivity; creative process; consistency; coaching; legacy building; lessons learned
|How Reflecting Helps You Plan for the Future - Lulu Chen|
In Chapter 3 of 16 in her 2012 Capture Your Flag interview, art director Lulu Chen answers "What Role Has Reflection Played in Shaping Your Personal Growth?" Reflecting helps Chen appreciate what she has today. It helps make better career plans, especially as she has grown into her 30s. Lulu Chen is a photo art director working in retail e-commerce in New York City. Previously, Chen worked as a freelance stylist for leading fashion catalogs and magazines...
Keywords: how reflecting helps; improve your life; what matters in life; reflect and learn; setting career goals; career planning; art director; lulu chen; erik michielsen; capture your flag; lessons learned; reflection; formulating viewpoint; patience; personal growth; priority
|How Due Diligence Makes You More Confident in Your Work|
In Chapter 10 of 18 in his 2013 Capture Your Flag interview, real estate developer Brett Goldman answers "What Role Does Confidence Play in the Work that You Do?" For Goldman, confidence is fundamental in making real estate deals. He builds confidence in the preparatory due diligence research work he does understanding the property, market, location, terms and other elements of a real estate deal. Brett Goldman is a Real Estate Acquisitions Director at Triangle Equities in New York City...
Keywords: due diligence; real estate investment research; real estate development; new york city; buying commercial real estate; job skills; brett goldman; erik michielsen; capture your flag; focus; confidence building; diligence; preparation; lessons learned
|How to Stay Engaged in Your Child's Education - Kyung B. Yoon|
In Chapter 5 of 17 in her 2013 Capture Your Flag interview, non-profit executive Kyung B. Yoon answers "How Can a Parent Stay Engaged in His or Her Child's Education Without Being Overbearing?" Experience teaches Yoon to step back and focus on long-term investment in her children's education. For example, when proofreading her youngest son's paper, Yoon refrains from making changes and instead asks leading questions to help him learn...
Keywords: be an engaged parent; engagement; educating your child; supportive; parenting; raising teenagers; helping child with homework; kyung b. yoon; erik michielsen; capture your flag; parental influence; coaching; style; motivation; mindfulness; lessons learned
|Learning the Real Estate Game by Working Closely With Lawyers|
In Chapter 14 of 18 in his 2013 Capture Your Flag interview, real estate developer Brett Goldman answers "What Has Working With Lawyers Taught You About Business?" Dealing with lawyers with lawsuits, foreclosures, and other real estate events teaches Goldman the importance of presenting ideas and concerns in as black and white a way as possible. This provides a clear point of view that allows for more easily negotiated settlements and keeps the issues out of the courtroom...
Keywords: working with lawyers; real estate development; bankruptcy; black and white; settling a lawsuit; foreclosure; real estate law; brett goldman; erik michielsen; capture your flag; thought clarity; lessons learned; problem solving; transparency
|Learning By Founding and Selling an Internet Startup - Anatole Faykin|
In Chapter 6 of 12 in his 2012 Capture Your Flag interview, entrepreneur Anatole Faykin answers "What Were the Main Learning Points From Starting and Selling a Company?" He talks about the massive amount of uncertainty starting and growing a company and managing the adverse climate that comes with that. He notes how Internet startups operate in a fluid, fast changing market that requires quick adaptation to changing market conditions...
Keywords: sell a company; start a business; exit; opportunistic; startup; behavior; entrepreneur; internet startup; goals; startup chile; anatole faykin; erik michielsen; capture your flag; lessons learned; adaptation; initiative; milestones; open-mindedness
|Learning Work Ethic From Two Inspirational Grandfathers|
In Chapter 3 of 21 in his 2013 Capture Your Flag interview, legal search and consulting firm executive James McCormick answers "Where Did You Learn Your Work Ethic?" McCormick learns his work ethic from both of his grandfathers. The first starts a small business making automotive parts and teaches his grandson the benefits of being engaged in your work. The other teaches James the importance of studying and how concentration in schoolwork can lead to positive attention at home...
Keywords: learning work ethic; grandfather; grandpa; teach responsibility; work hard; engage; study; manage a small business; james mccormick; erik michielsen; capture your flag; positivity; childhood; inspiration; values; lessons learned; academic influences; family foundations
|Consequences of Starting a Business With Friends - Jullien Gordon|
In Chapter 12 of 21 in his 2012 Capture Your Flag interview, business coach Jullien Gordon answers "What Challenges Did You Face Going Into Business With Friends and What Did the Experience Teach You?" Gordon shares lessons learned from going into a business partnership with a friend and having it not work out as planned. He details his expectations and how they contrasted with results and how they impacted the business and friendship...
Keywords: start a business with a friend; go into business with friends; pros and cons; sharing responsibility; breaking up; learn from failure; jullien gordon; erik michielsen; capture your flag; relationship building; sacrifice; collaboration; lessons learned
|Learning to Value Procedures and Processes in a Creative Career|
In Chapter 13 of 20 in his 2013 Capture Your Flag interview, creative director and Manifold ad agency co-founder Jason Anello answers "What Procedures and Processes Are You Putting in Place to Manage Company Growth?" Anello shares how he first learned the importance of process learning from his father, an auto mechanic, about how to take apart a bicycle. Early in his ad career working at Digitas, Anello learns how process actually helps a team generate creative...
Keywords: advertising career; digitas; art director; creative director; structure; process; workflow; ad agency; role model father; jason anello; manifold; erik michielsen; capture your flag; parental influence; lessons learned; preparation; creative process; establishing career
|How to Perform Under Pressure and Meet Goals - Kyung B. Yoon|
In Chapter 8 of 17 in her 2013 Capture Your Flag interview, non-profit executive Kyung B. Yoon answers "What Does It Mean to Perform Under Pressure in the Work That You Do?" In her work raising funds in a challenging economic climate, Yoon learns to manage pressure by sharing responsibilities across her teams. By creating team-oriented goals and supportive inspiration and motivation, Yoon is able to better achieve short-term and long-term goals...
Keywords: perform under pressure; meet short term goals; meet long term goals; how to manage and delegate; leading teams; deal with pressure; kacf; kyung b. yoon; erik michielsen; capture your flag; focus; collaboration; composure; embracing challenge; lessons learned
|Ken Biberaj on Why to Talk Less and Listen More When Running for Office|
In Chapter 16 of 23 in his 2013 Capture Your Flag interview, New York City Council Candidate Ken Biberaj answers "What Campaign Skills Have You Improved the Most Over the Past Year?" Biberaj shares how his conversation goals have shifted away from communicating his message and toward asking voters about the issues that concern them. This has allowed community member feedback to help shape the campaign agenda and make the Biberaj for City Council campaign more personal...
Keywords: listening to voters; conversation skills; how to campaign for public office; ken biberaj; new york city council candidate; senior housing politics; erik michielsen; capture your flag; lessons learned; effective communication; consistency; community impact
|How to Be a Better Mentor to Young Women Professionals|
In Chapter 10 of 18 in her 2013 Capture Your Flag interview, entrepreneur Audrey Parker French answers "How Are You Learning to Be a Better Mentor to Young Women Professionals?" After selling the company - CLEAResult, she co-founded, French is able to get space and be a more engaged and useful mentor to young women professionals trying to better navigate their careers. Her own entrepreneurship experience teaches her the importance of not needing to have all the answers before moving forward on a...
Keywords: female mentors; millennials; women entrepreneur; career advice; mentorship; be a better mentor; starting a company; lean in; audrey french; audrey parker; erik michielsen; capture your flag; thought clarity; mentoring; mindfulness; lessons learned; balance; courage; convic
|Learning Work Ethic in an American Immigrant Family - Phil McKenzie|
In Chapter 3 of 18 in his 2013 Capture Your Flag interview, entrepreneur Phil McKenzie answers "Where Did You Learn Your Work Ethic?" McKenzie learns his work ethic from his parents. With both parents first generation American immigrants, McKenzie learns from his Mom, from Barbados, and his Dad, from Guyana, as they make sacrifices and do what it takes to raise a family in a new country. This informs McKenzie's hard work ethic to outwork and outhustle competition and find internal motivation to ...
Keywords: first generation american; immigrant family experience; role model parents; learning work ethic; work habits; outwork; outhustle; phil mckenzie; erik michielsen; capture your flag; parental influence; childhood; sacrifice; lessons learned; values; character development
|Matt Curtis on How to Have a More Productive Day at the Office|
In Chapter 17 of 18 in his 2013 Capture Your Flag interview, HomeAway government relations director Matt Curtis answers "What Skills Are You Using More As Your Career Advances?" Curtis finds scheduling and prioritization skills are becoming more and more important. He learns ways to tap into his network to gain access to information on short notice and to say no to countless coffee and lunch requests when a short phone call will accomplish meeting objectives in shorter amounts of time...
Keywords: have a more productive day; ways to be more efficient; check off to do list items; use your network to get answers; matt curtis; austin; homeaway; erik michielsen; capture your flag; time management; priority setting; lessons learned; personal network development
|Rebranding Lessons That Fuel Small Business Growth - Phil McKenzie|
In Chapter 12 of 18 in his 2013 Capture Your Flag interview, entrepreneur Phil McKenzie answers "What Steps Have You Taken to Build Your Company Brand?" After three years building his business, McKenzie realizes aesthetic steps were needed - changing the logo, updating branding topography, and redesigning the website. These updates play into a business model evolution that includes monthly event series, greater two-way communication on the website, and free downloadable knowledge...
Keywords: brand redesign; rebranding; grow a small business; evolve business model; influencer culture; thought leadership; influencer conference; phil mckenzie; erik michielsen; capture your flag; adaptation; expressiveness; creative process; lessons learned
|How to Be a More Effective Corporate Manager - Ken Rona|
In Chapter 14 of 15 in his 2012 Capture Your Flag interview, digital media executive Ken Rona answers "How Are You Learning to Thrive in a Corporate Organizational Structure?" Rona shares knowledge he has gained from management work experience in large corporate cultures. He notes how being patient has been fundamental to improving managerial effectiveness and helping him achieve goals. Ken Rona is a Vice President at Turner Broadcasting, where he leads teams across advertising sales, big data s...
Keywords: managing in a corporation; managerial effectiveness; management skills; career advice; culture; aol; turner; mckinsey; ken rona; erik michielsen; capture your flag; patience; lessons learned; behavioral choice; mindfulness; cultural appreciation
|Skills You Learn Working a Line Cook Restaurant Job - Cathy Erway|
In Chapter 15 of 17 in her 2013 Capture Your Flag interview, writer and healthy food advocate Cathy Erway answers "What New Cooking Skills are You Learning Cooking in a New York City Restaurant?" Working as a line cook and prep cook in a restaurant kitchen, Erway finds organization skills are critical in a professional cooking job. This ranges from streamlining the order process to seeing the results take shape in the style and theme of the food...
Keywords: lessons learned; preparation; priority setting; consistency; intellectual curiosity; exploration; cooking at a restaurant; line cook job; prep cook job; culinary jobs; learning to cook in restaurant kitchen; author; writer; cathy erway; erik michielsen; capture your fla
|6 Job Skills You Use More as Your Career Grows - Mike Germano|
In Chapter 8 of 20 in his 2013 Capture Your Flag interview, Carrot Creative social media agency CEO Mike Germano answers "What Skills Are Becoming More Important to You as Your Career Advances?" As a CEO responsible for managing a 60-employee firm, Germano finds he needs to trust his gut decision more as he gains experience and needs to do things more quickly. Also, he learns to better understand people, especially what they are NOT saying and how it relates to what they really want...
Keywords: executive job; senior manager career skills; reading people; management; hand off responsibility; carrot creative; ceo; mike germano; erik michielsen; capture your flag; time management; lessons learned; confidence building; decision making; effective communication
|How to Save Money and Start a Business - Phil McKenzie|
In Chapter 8 of 18 in his 2013 Capture Your Flag interview, entrepreneur Phil McKenzie answers "How Has Starting Your Own Business Changed How You Manage Your Personal Finances?" McKenzie learns to be thrifty and how to save from his parents. Working a Wall Street job at Goldman Sachs, McKenzie is able to save money that he then uses to start his business. Philip L. McKenzie is the Founder and Global Curator of Influencer Conference, a global content platform that brings together tastemakers in ...
Keywords: save money and start a business; use savings to start a business; financial freedom; working at goldman sachs; nest egg; thrifty; phil mckenzie; erik michielsen; capture your flag; preparation; security; parental influence; liberation; lessons learned; values
|How Reflection Informs Growth as a Manager - Ken Rona|
In Chapter 9 of 15 in his 2012 Capture Your Flag interview, digital media executive Ken Rona answers "What Role Has Reflection Played in Shaping Your Personal Growth?" Rona refers to fundamental attribution error, which is where you take credit for good things and blame bad things on the external world. Understanding this bias helps Rona reflect and make sense of challenges and his choices to overcome them...
Keywords: reflecting; business career goals; fundamental attribution error; bias; managing team; manager skills; tank; world of warcraft; eq; turner; ken rona; erik michielsen; capture your flag; reflection; balance; mental fitness; lessons learned; behavioral choice
|How to Translate Confidence into Effective Leadership|
In Chapter 3 of 15 in his 2013 Capture Your Flag interview, Indiegogo CEO Slava Rubin answers "What Role Does Confidence Play in the Work That You Do?" To Rubin, a confident approach is fundamental to his leadership style. He learns early in life things are unpredictable and finds being decisive yet flexible a combination that helps translate his confidence into team confidence. Slava Rubin is CEO and co-founder of Indiegogo, the world's largest crowdfunding platform...
Keywords: be a more confident leader; decisive leader; using feedback loops; release and iterate; role model father; leading teams; indiegogo; slava rubin; erik michielsen; capture your flag; leadership; confidence building; decision making; courage; adaptation; lessons learned
|Effective Organizing: networkcentricadvocacypaper|
Effective Organizing: networkcentricadvocacypaper
Keywords: advocacy; network; organizations; organizational; campaigns; media; environmental; resources; grassroots; centric; policy change; environmental movement; centric advocacy; green media; common story; social ties; media toolshed; lessons learned; environmental leadership; social network
|How to Pitch and Execute a Music Marketing Campaign - Mark Graham|
In Chapter 16 of 17 in his 2012 Capture Your Flag interview, digital media executive Mark Graham answers "How Have You Learned to Adapt When Things Have Not Worked Out as Planned?" Graham notes the importance of timing, especially in the context of working across resources in a corporate media company. By understanding timing, he learns not to get frustrated and to use perseverance to bring resources together to get a project off the ground...
Keywords: timing; big picture thinking; project management; vh1; katy perry; song of the summer; advertising sales; vh1; music marketing; mark graham; erik michielsen; capture your flag; adaptation; composure; perseverance; contribution; mindfulness; time management; lessons learned
|How Childhood Lessons Influence Career Choices - Mike Germano|
In Chapter 1 of 20 in his 2013 Capture Your Flag interview, Carrot Creative social media agency CEO Mike Germano answers "What Childhood Experiences Have Been Most Fundamental in Shaping Who You Are Today?" Germano shares what he learned from his grandfather's small manufacturing business. Watching the company contract as foreign competition increased teaches Germano to pursue innovative, creative work that is more price inelastic and offers him an opportunity to create new jobs...
Keywords: family career influences; grandfather; american small business story; family small business; making jobs; mike germano; carrot creative; erik michielsen; capture your flag; childhood; family foundations; life ownership; motivation; values; lessons learned; contribution
|One Simple Way to Improve Your Public Speaking Skills|
In Chapter 8 of 19 in his 2013 Capture Your Flag interview, leadership philosopher Bijoy Goswami answers "How Are You Improving Your Public Speaking Skills as You Gain Experience?" Goswami notes the importance of being present when he speaks. He finds presence allows him to be more flexible and adjust his approach to best fit the audience and the environment. He learns this over many years after taking a public speaking course as an undergrad at Stanford...
Keywords: public speaking class; stanford class experience; what makes a great public speaker; communications skills; mre; bijoy goswami; erik michielsen; capture your flag; effective communication; college experience; presence; flexibility; expressiveness; lessons learned